TWI548926B - Tri-axis close-loop feedback controlling module for electromagnetic lens driving device - Google Patents

Tri-axis close-loop feedback controlling module for electromagnetic lens driving device Download PDF

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TWI548926B
TWI548926B TW103115823A TW103115823A TWI548926B TW I548926 B TWI548926 B TW I548926B TW 103115823 A TW103115823 A TW 103115823A TW 103115823 A TW103115823 A TW 103115823A TW I548926 B TWI548926 B TW I548926B
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陳樹山
胡朝彰
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Description

Electromagnetic driving lens device with 3-axis closed-circuit feedback control module

The invention relates to an electromagnetic driving lens device with a 3-axis closed-circuit feedback control module, in particular to a use of a Hall element having six contacts, so that the electromagnetic driving lens device can be based on the autofocus module A 3-axis closed-loop feedback control device for controlling the AF module by generating a control signal in the direction of the XY axis and controlling the focus operation of the AF module in the Z-axis direction.

Due to advances in technology, digital cameras are shrinking in size, and many small electronic devices, such as mobile phones, are now equipped with digital camera functions, which are attributed to the miniaturization of lens modules. The most commonly used drive units for such miniature lenses are the Voice Coil Motor (VCM), which uses a combination of coil magnets and shrapnel to drive a lens in front of its imaging optical axis. Move to achieve Auto Focus or Zooming. In such an optical system composed of an optical lens, the vibration of the light path is often caused by external force factors or shaking of the camera or the camera, and the image sensing module (Image Sensor) is The imaging is unstable, which in turn causes the captured image to be blurred. The most common solution is to provide a compensation mechanism for such image blur caused by vibration, so that the captured image can be sharpened, and the compensation mechanism can be a digital compensation mechanism or an optical compensation mechanism. The so-called digital compensation mechanism is to analyze and process the digital image data captured by the image compensation module to obtain clear digital images. This method is also often called the digital anti-vibration mechanism. As for the optical compensation mechanism, the vibration compensation device is usually disposed on the optical lens group or the image sensing module, and such a method is also often referred to as an optical shockproof mechanism.

However, the prior art design of the feedback control loop of the autofocus module and the optical anti-vibration module of the same lens device is independent of the two circuits, and the feedback control loops are respectively designed to control the autofocus module and Optical shockproof module. Specifically, the prior art for the autofocus module separately sets a set of feedback control loops for detecting and controlling the lens to move back and forth in the direction of the imaging optical axis (also commonly referred to as the Z axis); The optical anti-vibration module of the lens is additionally provided with a set of feedback control loops for detecting and horizontally shifting the two horizontal directions (also commonly referred to as X and Y axes) perpendicular to the direction of the imaging optical axis. In fact, when the optical anti-vibration module adjusts and moves the X and Y axis horizontal positions of the lens because it compensates for the horizontal positional deviation caused by the vibration of the lens, the precise focus position (Z-axis position) of the lens will also Change accordingly. In other words, during the anti-shock operation of the optical anti-vibration module, the auto-focus module also needs to constantly correct its focusing operation. However, due to the conventional technology, the autofocus module and the optical anti-vibration module of the lens use different and independent feedback control loops to perform displacement detection and control in the Z-axis and XY-axis directions respectively, so the corresponding interaction The speed is slower and less immediate, resulting in an autofocus delay in the presence of vibration. In addition, since the entire lens module (including the lens and the autofocus module) and the optical anti-vibration module are relatively horizontally moved, the feedback control loop on the autofocus module and the optical anti-vibration module are The feedback control loop is integrated into a single loop, and its circuit design is also difficult for the prior art.

In view of the above, the main object of the present invention is to provide an electromagnetic driving lens device with a 3-axis closed-loop feedback control module, which enables the six-contact Hall by using a Hall element having six contacts. Two of the components are coupled to the autofocus module to provide a current to the autofocus module and control the autofocus operation of the autofocus module in the Z-axis direction; the other four of the contacts It is coupled to a control unit. The control unit can detect the signal from the optical anti-vibration module to obtain the position of the auto-focus module relative to the optical anti-vibration module in the X-Y axis direction, and accordingly generate the corresponding auto-focus A control signal of the module at the X-Y axis position is transmitted to the Hall element. Therefore, the Hall element can receive the control signal from the control unit in addition to the feedback control function of the Z-axis position, and thereby control the current supplied to the auto-focus module, thereby controlling the automatic The autofocus operation of the focus module in the Z-axis direction is used to achieve the effect of the 3-axis closed-loop feedback control of the electromagnetic drive module.

Another object of the present invention is to provide an electromagnetic driving lens device with a 3-axis closed-loop feedback control module, which is configured to electrically move the auto-focusing module and the optical anti-vibration module. Electromagnetically driven lens devices having a 3-axis closed-circuit feedback control module of the present invention are implemented by electrically coupling the six contacts of the Hall element, respectively.

In order to achieve the above object, the present invention provides an electromagnetic driving lens device with a 3-axis closed-loop feedback control module, comprising: a lens carrier for carrying a lens; and a movable frame for receiving the lens carrier And the lens carrier is movable relative to the movable frame along a Z-axis direction; an electromagnetic driving module is disposed between the movable frame and the lens carrier for driving the lens carrier The displacement movement in the Z-axis direction is performed in the frame of the movable part; an optical anti-vibration module is configured to drive the movable part frame together with the lens carrier seated therein to perform along an X-axis and a Y-axis direction The two-dimensional displacement movement; wherein the X-axis, the Y-axis and the Z-axis are perpendicular to each other; a control unit coupled to the optical anti-vibration module can detect and control the operation of the optical anti-vibration module, and Corresponding to a control signal from the optical anti-vibration module to generate a corresponding control signal; and a Hall element having at least six contacts; wherein two of the contacts are coupled to the electromagnetic driving mode group Providing a current to the electromagnetic driving module and controlling the operation of the electromagnetic driving module; the other four contacts are coupled to the control unit for receiving the control signal from the control unit and controlling the same The current supplied to the electromagnetic driving module is used to control the efficiency of the electromagnetic driving module by the 3-axis closed-loop feedback.

In an embodiment, the electromagnetic drive of the 3-axis closed-loop feedback control module is The lens device further includes: a first circuit board, the control unit is disposed on the first circuit board and coupled to the optical anti-vibration module; and an electrical coupling structure, the Hall element is configured by the electrical coupling structure And the electromagnetic drive module and the control unit are coupled to each other; wherein the electrical coupling structure comprises a first reed, located on one side of the lens carrier in the Z-axis direction, the first reed includes at least 4 Separate first elastic members, each of the first elastic members respectively having a first inner frame portion for elastically restraining a vertex position of the lens carrier in the Z-axis direction, and a first contact end Connecting a suspension wire, each of the suspension wires extending to the first circuit board and coupled to the control unit; the Hall element is coupled to the four first elastic components of the first reed and the electromagnetic drive module Receiving a control signal from the control unit and controlling a current supplied to the electromagnetic drive module.

In one embodiment, the first reed is in a hollow sheet-like structure; and each of the first elastic members of the first reed includes a first outer portion coupled to the movable portion frame. a frame portion, the first inner frame portion coupled to the lens carrier, at least a first inner chord extending between the first outer frame portion and the first inner frame portion, and located at the frame The first contact end on an outer frame portion, and one end of each of the suspension wires is respectively coupled to the first contact end corresponding thereto.

In an embodiment, the electromagnetic driving lens device further includes a second circuit board; the Hall element is disposed on the second circuit board; and a position on the lens carrier relative to the Hall element is disposed a Z-axis position sensing magnet; and the end of each of the suspension wires coupled to the first contact end is electrically coupled to the second circuit board and electrically coupled to the Hall via the second circuit board One of the components of the contact.

In an embodiment, the electrical coupling structure further includes a second reed in the Z-axis direction and opposite to the other side of the first reed; the second reed includes at least Each of the second elastic members includes a second outer frame portion coupled to the movable frame, and the second inner frame portion coupled to the lens carrier for Elastically limiting a bottom point position of the lens carrier in the Z-axis direction, extending and connecting at least a second internal string between the second outer frame portion and the second inner frame portion, and a second contact end on the second outer frame portion; wherein the electromagnetic drive module includes at least one drive coil Positioned on the lens carrier, and at least one driving magnet is disposed on the movable frame with respect to the driving coil; wherein the second inner frame of each of the second elastic components is electrically connected to the electromagnetic The driving coil of the driving module, and the second contact end of the second elastic component is electrically connected to the second circuit board and electrically coupled to one of the contacts of the Hall element.

In one embodiment, the second contact end of each of the second elastic members is electrically connected to the second circuit board by one of the following structures: one of the elongated ends extending from the second contact end The extension portion is bent toward the second circuit board and thus one end of the extension portion is connected to the second circuit board, or a loop wire is disposed at the second contact end and one end of the loop wire is connected On the second circuit board.

In one embodiment, the first reed includes at least 6 independent first elastic members; and the at least 6 independent first elastic members have 4 first contacts of the first elastic member The end is connected to the suspension line and electrically coupled to the control unit on the first circuit board, and the other two of the first elastic elements are not connected to the suspension line but have the first inner frame portion therethrough And electrically coupled to the electromagnetic drive module; wherein the electromagnetic drive module includes at least one drive coil disposed on the lens mount, and at least one drive magnet disposed on the movable frame relative to the drive coil The first inner frame portion of the other two first elastic members is electrically connected to the driving coil of the electromagnetic driving module, and the first connection of the other two first elastic members The point end is electrically connected to the second circuit board and electrically coupled to one of the contacts of the Hall element for providing a current to the electromagnetic driving module and controlling the electromagnetic driving module. Actuate.

In one embodiment, the optical anti-vibration module includes: at least one first anti-vibration coil disposed on the first circuit board and coupled to the control unit; and at least one second anti-vibration coil disposed on the first circuit board Upper and lower than the at least one first anti-vibration coil, and the at least one second anti-vibration coil is coupled to the control unit; at least one first anti-vibration magnet is disposed on the movable frame and corresponds to the at least one First shockproof coil; At least one second anti-vibration magnet is disposed on the movable frame and corresponding to the at least one second anti-vibration coil; and at least two position sensing elements are disposed on the first circuit board and coupled to the control unit, respectively And detecting a position of the movable part frame relative to the first circuit board in the X axis and the Y axis direction. In one embodiment, the at least one first anti-vibration magnet and the at least one second anti-vibration magnet of the optical anti-vibration module are shared with a magnet included in the electromagnetic drive module.

The detailed description of the present invention and the accompanying drawings are to be understood by the claims .

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1 is a front perspective exploded perspective view of a first embodiment of an electromagnetically driven lens device with a 3-axis closed-circuit feedback control module of the present invention.

2 is a rear perspective exploded perspective view of the first embodiment of the electromagnetically driven lens device with a 3-axis closed-circuit feedback control module of the present invention.

Figure 3 is a front exploded perspective view of the electrical coupling structure and the electromagnetic drive module in the electromagnetically driven lens device of the present invention.

Fig. 4 is a rear perspective exploded perspective view showing the electric coupling structure and the electromagnetic driving module in the electromagnetic driving lens device of the present invention.

Figure 5 is a schematic view showing the contact of the Hall element having at least six contacts in the electromagnetic driving lens device of the present invention.

Figure 6 is a perspective assembled view of a specific position of a suspension wire in the electromagnetic drive lens device of the first embodiment of the present invention.

Figure 7 is a partial cross-sectional view showing a specific position of a suspension wire in the electromagnetic drive lens device of the first embodiment of the present invention.

Figure 8 is a view showing a second reed in the electromagnetic driving lens device of the first embodiment of the present invention; Body shape chart.

Figure 9 is a perspective and partial enlarged view of a second reed in the electromagnetic drive lens device of the first embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 10 is a schematic view showing the connection manner of the second reed and the driving coil of the electromagnetic driving module in the electromagnetic driving lens device according to the first embodiment of the present invention.

Figure 11A is a cross-sectional view of the first embodiment of the electromagnetically driven lens device of the present invention shown in Figures 1 and 2 after combination with a 45 degree diagonal section.

Figure 11B is a cross-sectional view of the first embodiment of the electromagnetically driven lens device of the present invention shown in Figures 1 and 2 with a cross-sectional line taken at a 45 degree diagonal cross section.

12A to 12C are schematic views respectively showing three different embodiments of the conductive manner of the driving coil of the electromagnetic driving module of the electromagnetic driving lens device of the present invention.

13A and FIG. 13B are respectively a top view and a perspective view of the embodiment of the driving coil conductive mode shown in FIG.

14A and 14B are respectively a top view and a perspective view of the embodiment of the driving coil conductive mode shown in FIG.

15A and 15B are respectively a top view and a perspective view of the embodiment of the driving coil conductive mode shown in FIG.

Figure 16 is a perspective exploded perspective view of the first embodiment of the electromagnetically driven lens device shown in Figure 1, further disassembling the first reed and the second reed.

Figure 17 is a perspective exploded perspective view showing a second embodiment of the electromagnetic driving lens device with a 3-axis closed-loop feedback control module of the present invention.

Figure 18 is a perspective exploded perspective view showing a third embodiment of the electromagnetic driving lens device with a 3-axis closed-loop feedback control module of the present invention.

Figure 19 is a perspective exploded perspective view showing a fourth embodiment of the electromagnetic driving lens device with a 3-axis closed-circuit feedback control module of the present invention.

The electromagnetic driving lens device with a 3-axis closed-circuit feedback control module of the present invention mainly uses a Hall element having six contacts to make the Hall element of the six contacts Two of the contacts are coupled to the autofocus module to provide a current to the autofocus module and control the autofocus operation of the autofocus module in the Z-axis direction; the other four of the contacts Then, it is electrically coupled to a control unit through an electrical coupling structure. The control unit can detect the signal from the optical anti-vibration module to obtain the position of the auto-focus module relative to the optical anti-vibration module in the XY-axis direction, and accordingly generate a position corresponding to the auto-focus module at the XY axis position. A control signal is transmitted to the Hall element. Therefore, the Hall element can receive the control signal from the control unit in addition to the feedback control function of the Z-axis position, and thereby control the current supplied to the auto-focus module, thereby controlling the automatic The autofocus operation of the focus module in the Z-axis direction is used to achieve the effect of the 3-axis closed-loop feedback control of the electromagnetic drive module.

Please refer to Figure 1, Figure 2, Figure 11A, Figure 11B, and Figure 16. 1 and 2 are front perspective and rear perspective exploded perspective views of the first embodiment of the electromagnetic drive lens device with a 3-axis closed-circuit feedback control module of the present invention. As shown in FIG. 11A and FIG. 11B, the first embodiment of the electromagnetic driving lens device of the present invention shown in FIG. 1 and FIG. 2 respectively has a cross-sectional line with a 45-degree diagonal cross section and a hatching line after combination. Sectional view. Figure 16 is a perspective exploded perspective view of the first embodiment of the electromagnetically driven lens device shown in Figure 1, further disassembling the first reed and the second reed.

In the first embodiment of the present invention, the electromagnetic drive lens device 1 with a 3-axis closed-loop feedback control module includes: a lens carrier 11, a movable frame 12, an electromagnetic drive module 13, and an optical shockproof a module 14, a control unit 15, at least one Hall element 16 having at least six contacts, a first circuit board 17, an electrical coupling structure 18, a second circuit board 19, a housing 20, and a bottom Cover 21.

The lens carrier 11 is configured to carry a lens (not shown in FIG. 1 and FIG. 2) therein. Generally, the lens is detachably screwed into the thread 111 provided on the inner surface of the central through hole of the lens holder 11.

The movable frame 12 is a hollow frame structure having a central receiving space for accommodating the lens carrier 11 and the lens carrier 11 is movable relative to the movable frame 12 along a Z-axis direction. Move in limits.

The electromagnetic drive module 13 is disposed between the movable frame 12 and the lens carrier 11 for driving the lens carrier 11 to move in the Z-axis direction in the movable frame 12. Usually, the lens mount 11 is driven together with the lens therein to perform the Z-axis. Autofocus or zoom operation in the direction. In the first embodiment, the electromagnetic driving module 13 includes at least one driving coil 131 and at least one driving magnet 132, 133. The drive coil 131 is disposed on the lens carrier 11 so as to be wound around the outer periphery of the lens holder 11. The number of the at least one driving magnets 132, 133 is four magnets, and is equidistantly disposed on the movable portion frame 12 at a position relative to the outer periphery of the driving coil 131. Therefore, when a current is applied to the driving coil 131 of the electromagnetic driving module 13, a force in the Z-axis direction is generated between the driving coil 131 and the driving magnets 132, 133, and the lens is caused to be loaded. The seat 11 along with the lens therein performs linear displacement movement relative to the movable frame 12 along the Z-axis direction to achieve the function of autofocus or zoom operation.

The optical anti-vibration module 14 is configured to drive the movable frame 12 together with the lens carrier 11 accommodated therein for two-dimensional displacement movement along an X-axis direction and a Y-axis direction, which is usually The lens carrier 11 is driven along with the lens therein to perform horizontal displacement compensation motion in both directions of the XY axis, that is, the operation of the optical shockproof mechanism. The X axis, the Y axis, and the Z axis are perpendicular to each other. In the first embodiment, the optical anti-vibration module 14 includes: at least one first anti-vibration coil 141, at least one second anti-vibration coil 142, at least one first anti-vibration magnet 132, at least one second anti-vibration magnet 133, and At least two position sensing elements 143. The at least one first anti-vibration coil 141 is disposed near the opposite sides of the first circuit board 17 and is coupled to the control unit 15 . The at least one second anti-vibration coil 142 is disposed adjacent to the other two opposite sides of the first circuit board 17 and perpendicular to the at least one first anti-vibration coil 141, and the at least one second anti-vibration coil 142 Coupled to the control unit 15. In this embodiment, the number of the at least one first anti-vibration coil 141 and the at least one second anti-vibration coil 142 are respectively three. The at least one first anti-vibration magnet 132 is disposed on the movable part frame 12 and corresponds to the at least one first anti-vibration coil 141; meanwhile, the at least one second anti-vibration magnet 133 is disposed on the movable part frame 12 and is Corresponding to the at least one second anti-vibration coil 142 respectively. In this embodiment, the number of the at least one first anti-vibration magnet 132 and the at least one second anti-vibration magnet 133 is two, and the four driving magnets 132 and 133 included in the electromagnetic driving module 13 are That is, the four magnets 132 and 133 can simultaneously serve as the drive magnets 132 and 133 of the electromagnetic drive module 13 and the anti-vibration magnets 132 and 133 as the optical anti-vibration module 14 . However, in another embodiment not shown, the anti-vibration magnets and the drive magnets may also be different magnets respectively coupled to the movable frame. The at least two position sensing elements 143 are disposed on the first circuit board 17 and coupled to the control unit 15. The two position sensing elements 143 are respectively disposed adjacent to the first anti-vibration magnet 132 and the second anti-vibration magnet 133, and are respectively configured to detect the first anti-vibration magnet 132 and the second anti-vibration magnet 133. The change in the magnetic strength is used to detect and know the position or displacement deviation of the movable frame 12 relative to the first circuit board 17 in the X-axis and the Y-axis direction. In this embodiment, the at least two position sensing elements 143 may also be Hall elements, but not necessarily Hall elements having six contacts, which may also be Hall elements having only 4 contacts or Other types of magnetic sensing elements.

The control unit 15 is disposed on the first circuit board 17 and coupled to the anti-vibration coils 141 and 142 of the optical anti-vibration module 14 and the position sensing elements 143 to detect and control the optical anti-vibration mode. The group 14 is actuated and can generate a corresponding control signal according to the optical anti-vibration operation from the optical anti-vibration module 14. In other words, the control unit 15 can receive the signal from the at least two position sensing elements 143 and calculate the movable frame 12 together with the lens carrier 11 and the lens accommodated therein with respect to the first The position or displacement deviation of the circuit board 17 in the X-axis direction and the Y-axis direction; afterwards, the control unit 15 generates control signals and driving currents to the anti-vibration coils 141, 142 to drive the optical anti-vibration module 14 In addition to the horizontal displacement compensation motion in the two directions of the XY axis (that is, the operation of the optical anti-vibration mechanism), the control unit 15 can obtain the movable portion frame 12 relative to the first circuit board 17 according to the calculation. The position or displacement deviation of the axis from the Y-axis direction produces a feedback control signal and transmits the control signal to the Hall element 16 having at least six contacts.

In the present invention, the Hall Magnetic Sensing Element 16 has at least six contacts, and two of the contacts are coupled to the electromagnetic driving module 13 for supplying a current to the electromagnetic driving mode. The group 13 controls the operation of the electromagnetic drive module 13; the other four contacts are coupled to the control unit 15 for receiving the control signal from the control unit 15 and controlling the electromagnetic drive mode accordingly. The current of the group 13 is used to control the efficiency of the electromagnetic drive module 13 by the 3-axis closed-loop feedback. In other words, the control unit 15 can detect the optical anti-vibration mechanism in the XY axis in both directions, and can also detect the signal from the optical anti-vibration module 14 to obtain the auto-focus module. a position of the movable frame 12 relative to the optical anti-vibration module 14 in the XY-axis direction, and accordingly, a control signal corresponding to the movable frame 12 in the auto-focus module at the XY-axis position is transmitted to the control unit Hall element 16 of at least six contacts. Therefore, the Hall element 16 has its own feedback control function of the Z-axis position. In addition, the control signal from the control unit 15 can be received to know the current XY axis position of the movable frame 12 in the autofocus module, and accordingly, the electromagnetic driving mode provided in the autofocus module is controlled. The current of the group 13 further controls the autofocus operation of the electromagnetic drive module 13 in the autofocus module in the Z-axis direction, thereby achieving the effect of the XYZ three-axis closed-loop feedback control of the electromagnetic drive module 13. In this embodiment, the Hall element 16 having at least six contacts may be a Hall element of the model AKM 7345 manufactured by Asahi Kasei Microdevices Corp., which is commercially available, but other others may have at least 6 The Hall element of the contact is used as a Z-axis position sensing element and has the function of controlling the driving current of the driving coil.

In the embodiment, the first circuit board 17 is a flexible circuit board, and the anti-vibration coils 141 and 142 and the position sensing components are disposed on the control unit 15 and the optical anti-vibration module 14 . In addition to 143, the first circuit board is further provided with a bus bar connector 171 extending outside the outer casing 20 of the electromagnetic driving lens device 1 for connection with one of the external connecting wires or the connecting socket (not shown). . In the present invention, the first circuit board 17 is coupled to the bottom cover 21 and belongs to the fixed component of the housing 20. In contrast, the movable frame 12 is a movable element that can perform two-dimensional horizontal displacement movement of the XY axis with respect to the first circuit board 17, and the lens carrier 11 together with the lens therein can be opposite to the movable frame 12 A movable element that performs Z-axis displacement.

Referring to FIG. 3 and FIG. 4, respectively, front and rear exploded perspective views of the electrical coupling structure 18 and the electromagnetic drive module 13 in the electromagnetic driving lens device 1 of the present invention. In the present invention, the Hall element 16 having at least six contacts is coupled to the electromagnetic drive module 13 and the control unit 15 by the electrical coupling structure 18. In this embodiment, the electrical coupling structure 18 includes a first reed 181 (also referred to as an upper reed), a second reed 182 (also referred to as a lower reed), and at least four suspension lines 183. . The first reed 181 is located on one of the top sides of the lens carrier 11 in the Z-axis direction and includes at least four independently separated first elastic members 1811. Each of the first elastic members 1811 has a first inner frame portion 1812 for elastically restraining a vertex position of the lens carrier 11 in the Z-axis direction, and a first contact end 1813 connected to a suspension line. 183. Each of the suspension wires 183 extends to the first circuit board 17 and is coupled to the control unit 15; the Hall element 16 is coupled to the four first elastic elements 1811 of the first reed 181 and the electromagnetic The driving module 13 can receive a control signal from the control unit 15 and control a current for providing the electromagnetic driving module 13. As shown in FIG. 3 and FIG. 4, the first reed 181 and the second spring The sheets 182 are all in the form of a hollow sheet-like structure. Each of the first elastic members 1811 of the first reed 181 includes a first outer frame portion 1814 coupled to the movable portion frame 12, and the first portion coupled to the lens mount 11 The inner frame portion 1812, the at least one first inner chord 1815 extending between the first outer frame portion 1814 and the first inner frame portion 1812, and the first portion located on the first outer frame portion 1814 The contact end 1813, and one end of each of the suspension wires 183 is respectively bonded and soldered to the first contact end 1813 corresponding thereto.

The second reed 182 is located on the other side of the lens carrier 11 in the Z-axis direction and opposite to the first reed 181. The second reed 182 includes at least two independent second elastic members 1821, and each of the second elastic members 1821 includes a second outer frame portion 1822 coupled to the movable portion frame 12, respectively. The second inner frame portion 1823 of the lens carrier 11 is configured to elastically limit a bottom position of the lens carrier 11 in the Z-axis direction, extend and connect to the second outer frame portion 1822 and the second At least one second internal chord 1824 between the inner frame portions 1823 and one second contact end (not shown in FIG. 3 and FIG. 4) on the second outer frame portion 1822. The second inner frame portion 1823 of each of the second elastic members 1821 is electrically connected to the driving coil 131 of the electromagnetic driving module 13 , and the second contact end of the second elastic member 1821 is The second circuit board 19 is electrically connected to the second circuit board 19 and is electrically coupled to one of the contacts of the Hall element 16 .

It is to be noted that, as shown in FIG. 3 and FIG. 4, a plurality of first connecting portions 1816 are further disposed between the first elastic members 1811 of the first reed 181, and the second reeds are A plurality of second connecting portions 1825 are disposed between each of the second elastic members 1821 of the 182; however, the functions of the first and second connecting portions 1816, 1825 are merely for facilitating the production and assembly of the first reed 181 and Second reed 182. Once the first reed 181 and the second reed 182 are assembled to the electromagnetic driving lens device 1, the first and second connecting portions 1816 and 1825 are broken, removed, and discarded. The components of the electromagnetic driving lens device 1 of the present invention are included; since then, the first elastic members 1811 will be separated into separate components, and the second elastic members 1821 will also be separated into separate components. .

In the present invention, the outer peripheral edge of the second circuit board 19 is bonded to a top surface of the movable portion frame 12 together with the outer periphery of the first reed 181, so that it is also level together with the movable portion frame 12. Displacement. The Hall element 16 having at least six contacts is disposed on the lower folding plate 191 of the second circuit board 19; and, on the lens carrier 11, with respect to the lens carrier 11 A Z-axis position sensing magnet 112 is disposed at a position of the Hall element 16 having six fewer contacts. In addition, the end of each of the suspension wires 183 coupled to the first contact end 1813 is electrically coupled to the second circuit board 19 and electrically coupled to the Hall element 16 via the second circuit board 19 . One of the contacts. The other end of each of the suspension wires 183 is coupled to the first circuit board 17 and electrically coupled to the control unit 15.

As shown in FIG. 5, it is a schematic diagram of a contact of the Hall element having at least six contacts in the electromagnetic driving lens device of the present invention. For example, the Hall element 16 of the model AKM 7345 manufactured by Asahi Kasei Microdevices Corp., which is commercially available, has six contacts 161 of A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, and C2 is numbered, and the function of the joint 161 of each number is as shown in Table 1 below.

Wherein, the contact A1 is VDD (the contact of the input power source), and the input power of 2.65V~3.6V (volts) is supplied to the Hall element 16 to supply the driving voltage required for its operation. Contact A2 is VSS and its function is a ground contact. Contact B1 is the SDA that can be used to output and input digital data signals. Contact B2 is the SCL which can be used to input the clock digital signal. The contacts C1 and C2 are for outputting 79 mA to 142 mA (mA) and driving current of 120 mA mA to the drive coil 131 of the electromagnetic drive module 13 for autofocus or zoom operation.

Please refer to FIG. 6 and FIG. 7 , which are respectively a perspective assembled view and a partial cross-sectional view of a specific position of the suspension wire 183 in the electromagnetic driving lens device according to the first embodiment of the present invention. As shown in FIG. 6 and FIG. 7, in the first embodiment of the present invention, one end (upper end) of each of the four suspension wires 183 is respectively coupled to the first elastic member 1811 corresponding thereto. The first contact end 1813 is electrically coupled to the first elastic element 1811 The two circuit boards 19 are further electrically coupled to the contacts A1, A2, B1 and B2 of the Hall element 16 disposed on the second circuit board 19. The other ends (lower ends) of the suspension wires 183 of the four suspension wires 183 are respectively coupled to the four corners of the bottom cover 21 and are electrically coupled to the control unit 15 on the first circuit board 17. Since the lower end of each of the suspension wires 183 is fixed to the bottom cover 21, that is, the non-movable fixing portion, the upper ends of the suspension wires 183 are coupled to the first outer frame portion 1814 of the movable first elastic member 1811. The first outer frame portion 1814 of each first elastic member 1811 is coupled to the movable portion frame 12, and the first inner frame portion 1812 of each first elastic member 1811 is coupled to The lens carrier 11; therefore, the suspension wires 183 substantially "suspend" the movable frame 12 together with the lens carrier 11 on the first circuit board 17, so that the movable frame 12 itself can only be opposite The first circuit board 17 performs a two-dimensional horizontal displacement with a limited degree in the X-axis and Y-axis directions, but the displacement in the Z-axis direction is hardly performed.

In the present invention, the second contact end of each of the second elastic members 1821 is electrically connected to the second circuit board 19 by one of the following structures: one of the two ends extending from the second contact end is elongated The extension portion is bent toward the second circuit board and thus one end of the extension portion is connected to the second circuit board 19, or a loop wire is disposed at the second contact end and one of the loop wires is The end is connected to the second circuit board 19; it will be described below with specific embodiments.

Referring to FIG. 8 and FIG. 9 , respectively, FIG. 8 is a perspective view and a partial enlarged view of a second shape of the second reed 182 in the electromagnetic driving lens device according to the first embodiment of the present invention. In the first embodiment shown in Figures 8 and 9, the second reed 182 is comprised of two second resilient members 1821 that are independently separated. Each of the second elastic members 1821 extends from the second contact end 1826 thereof, and an elongated extension portion 1827 is bent toward the second circuit board 19, and thus one end of the extension portion 1827 is connected to the first portion. The two circuit boards 19 are fixed by soldering and electrically coupled to one of the C1 and C2 contacts of the Hall element 16 on the second circuit board 19.

FIG. 10 is a schematic diagram showing the connection manner of the second reed 182 and the driving coil 131 of the electromagnetic driving module 13 in the electromagnetic driving lens device according to the first embodiment of the present invention. The second reed 182 is a second elastic element 1821 that includes separate separations. Each of the second inner frame portions 1823 of the second elastic members 1821 is respectively provided with a soldering end 1828, and the two ends of the electric wires 1311 of the driving coils 131 of the electromagnetic driving module 13 are respectively soldered to the soldering ends 1828. That is, the second inner frame portion 1823 of each of the second elastic members 1821 is a wire welded through the soldering end 1828 thereof. 1311 is electrically connected to the driving coil 131 of the electromagnetic driving module 13; and the second contact end 1826 of the second elastic component 1821 is electrically connected to the second circuit board by the extending portion 1827 19, which is in turn electrically coupled to one of the C1 and C2 contacts of the Hall element 16 on the second circuit board 19. Thereby, the analog current signal outputted by the two contacts C1 and C2 of the Hall element 16 can be used to drive the driving coil 131 of the electromagnetic driving module 13, so that the lens carrier 11 is opposite to the lens carrier 11 The autofocus or zoom motion of the movable frame 12 in the Z-axis direction.

In the present invention, there are several embodiments of the conductive mode of the drive coil of the electromagnetic drive module. For example, as shown in FIG. 12A to FIG. 12C, respectively, three different embodiments of the conductive manner of the driving coil of the electromagnetic driving module of the electromagnetic driving lens device of the present invention are shown. 13A and FIG. 13B are respectively a top view and a perspective view of the embodiment of the driving coil conductive mode shown in FIG. 14A and 14B are respectively a top view and a perspective view of the embodiment of the driving coil conductive mode shown in FIG. 15A and 15B are respectively a top view and a perspective view of the embodiment of the driving coil conductive mode shown in FIG.

Referring to the embodiment shown in FIG. 12A, FIG. 13A and FIG. 13B, the driving coil is electrically conductive in a manner similar to the first embodiment of the electromagnetic driving module shown in FIGS. 8 to 10. That is, the second reed 182a is two or four second elastic members 1821a including separate separations. Two soldering ends 1828a are respectively disposed on the second inner frame portions 1823a of the two second elastic members 1821a, and the ends of the wires 1311 of the driving coils 131 of the electromagnetic driving module 13 are soldered to the soldering ends 1828a. . That is, the second inner frame portion 1823a of the second elastic member 1821a is electrically connected to the driving coil 131 of the electromagnetic driving module 13 through the wire 1311 welded by the soldering end 1828a; Moreover, the second elastic member 1821a extends from the second contact end 1826a thereof, and an elongated extension portion 1827a is bent toward the second circuit board 19, and thus an end of the extension portion 1827a is connected to the end. The second circuit board 19 is in turn electrically coupled to the C1 and C2 contacts of the Hall element 16 on the second circuit board 19. In addition, as in the first embodiment of the electromagnetic drive module 13 shown in FIGS. 8 to 10, the first reed 181a shown in FIG. 12A, FIG. 13A and FIG. 13B also includes There are at least 4 separate first elastic members 1811a. Each of the first elastic members 1811a has a first inner frame portion 1812a for elastically restraining a vertex position of the lens carrier 11 in the Z-axis direction, and a first contact end 1813a connected to a suspension line. 183. Each of the suspension wires 183 extends to the first circuit board 17 and is coupled to the control unit 15. The first outer frame portion 1814a of each of the first elastic members 1811a is electrically coupled to the second circuit board. 19, and further electrically coupled to the A1, A2, B1, and B2 contacts of the Hall element 16 on the second circuit board 19, respectively. Thereby, four of the six contacts of the Hall element are electrically coupled to the control unit by the four first elastic elements of the first reed and the four suspension lines respectively, and The other two contacts of the Hall element are electrically coupled to the electromagnetic driving module through the second circuit board 19 and the bent extension portion 1827a and the second inner frame portion 1823a of the two second elastic members 1821a. The drive coil 131 of 13. With the original electrical coupling structure of the present invention, the control unit 15 can detect the signal from the optical anti-vibration module 14 to obtain the position of the movable frame 12 relative to the first circuit board 17 in the XY axis direction, and A control signal corresponding to the position of the movable frame 12 at the XY axis is transmitted to the Hall element 16. Therefore, the Hall element 16 can receive the control signal from the control unit 15 in addition to the feedback control function of the Z-axis position, and thereby control the current supplied to the electromagnetic driving module 13, thereby The electromagnetic driving module 13 controls the autofocus or zoom operation of the lens carrier 11 in the Z-axis direction, thereby achieving the function of the 3-axis closed-loop feedback control of the electromagnetic driving module 13.

As shown in the embodiment shown in Figures 12B, 14A and 14B, the second reed 182b also includes two or four second elastic members 1821b that are separated independently. A soldering end 1828b is respectively disposed on the second inner frame portion 1823b of the two second elastic members 1821b, and two ends of the electric wires 1311 of the driving coil 131 of the electromagnetic driving module 13 are soldered to the soldering ends 1828b. However, the second contact end 1826b of the second elastic member 1821b is welded with an end of the loop wire 184, and the other end of the loop wire 184 is connected to the second circuit board 19, and is electrically coupled to the first The C1 and C2 contacts of the Hall element 16 on the second circuit board 19. As for the electrical conduction mode between the contacts A1, A2, B1 and B2 of the Hall element 16 and the control unit 15 in this embodiment, because of FIG. 12A, FIG. 13A and FIG. The embodiment shown in B is identical, so it will not be described again.

As shown in the embodiment shown in FIG. 12C, FIG. 15A and FIG. 15B, the driving coil of the electromagnetic driving module is not turned on through the second reed. In contrast, in the embodiment shown in FIG. 12C, the first reed 181c includes at least six independent first elastic members 1811c, 1811c'. Four of the six independent first elastic members 1811c, 1811c' have a first contact end 1813c of the first elastic member 1811c connected to the suspension line 183 and electrically coupled to the first circuit board 17 The control unit 15 is connected to the other, and the other two first elastic members 1811c' are not connected to the suspension wire but are soldered thereto via a soldering end 1817 of the first inner frame portion 1812c'. The two ends of the electric wires 1311 of the driving coil 131 of the electromagnetic driving module 13 are electrically coupled to the electromagnetic driving module 13 . The first inner frame portion 1812'c of the other two first elastic members 1811c' is electrically connected to the driving coil 131 of the electromagnetic driving module 13, and the other two first elastic members The first contact end or the first outer frame portion 1814c of the 1811c' is electrically connected to the second circuit board 19 and electrically coupled to the C1 and C2 contacts of the Hall element 16 for providing A current is supplied to the electromagnetic drive module 13 and controls the actuation of the electromagnetic drive module 13. As for the Hall in this embodiment The electrical conduction between the contacts A1, A2, B1 and B2 of the component 16 and the control unit 15 is identical to the embodiment shown in Figures 12A, 13A and 13B. So I won't go into details.

In other embodiments of the present invention described below, since the structure and function of most of the elements are the same or similar to those of the foregoing first embodiment, the same component names and the same component names will be given to the same or similar functions. The number is only changed by adding an English letter after its number, and its details and functions are not repeated.

Figure 17 is a perspective exploded perspective view showing a second embodiment of the electromagnetic driving lens device 1a having a 3-axis closed-loop feedback control module of the present invention. In the second embodiment of the present invention, the electromagnetic driving lens device includes: a lens carrier 11a, a movable frame 12a, an electromagnetic driving module 13a, an optical anti-vibration module 14a, a control unit 15a, and at least A Hall element 16 having at least six contacts, a first circuit board 17a, an electrical coupling structure 18a, a second circuit board 19a, a housing 20a, a bottom cover 21a, and an upper cover 22. The lens carrier 11a, the movable frame 12a, the electromagnetic drive module 13a, the optical anti-vibration module 14a, the control unit 15a, the Hall element 16 having at least six contacts, and the first circuit board are shown in FIG. The structure and function of the 17a, the second circuit board 19a, the outer casing 20a, and the bottom cover 21a are substantially the same as those of the first embodiment shown in Figs. 1 and 16, so that the detailed configuration thereof will not be described again. The second embodiment of the electromagnetic drive lens device 1a of the present invention shown in Fig. 17 differs from the first embodiment described above in the following points.

The upper cover 22 is located between the outer casing 20a and the second circuit board 19a, and can clamp and fix the first outer frame portion 1814a of the first elastic member 1811a of the second circuit board 19a and the first spring piece 181a. The plurality of positioning protrusions 121 disposed on the upper surface of the movable portion frame 12a can also prevent the lens carrier 11a received in the movable portion frame 12a from falling out of the outer casing 20a when being displaced in the Z-axis direction. Outside.

Figure 17 shows the electric power of the second embodiment of the electromagnetic drive lens device of the present invention The coupling structure 18a also includes a first reed 181a (also referred to as an upper reed), a second reed 182a (also referred to as a lower reed), and at least four suspension wires 183. However, in the second embodiment, the second reed 182a is comprised of four independently separated second elastic members 1821a, 1821a'. There are two second elastic members 1821a which are provided with an elongated extension 1827a extending from the second contact end 1826a and a welded end 1828a on the second inner frame portion 1823a thereof. The extension 1827a is bent toward the second circuit board 19 and thus one end of the extension 1827a is connected to the second circuit board 19. Both ends of the electric wires of the driving coil 131 of the electromagnetic driving module 13a are soldered to the respective soldering ends 1828a. As for the other two second elastic members 1821a' of the second reed 182a, there are no bent extensions and no welded ends. The electrical coupling structure of this second embodiment shown in Fig. 17 corresponds to the embodiment shown in Figs. 12A, 13A and 13B.

Figure 18 is a perspective exploded perspective view showing a third embodiment of the electromagnetic driving lens device 1b having a 3-axis closed-loop feedback control module of the present invention. In the third embodiment of the present invention, the electromagnetic driving lens device 1b includes: a lens carrier 11b, a movable frame 12b, an electromagnetic driving module 13b, an optical anti-vibration module 14b, a control unit 15b, At least one Hall element 16 having at least six contacts, a first circuit board 17b, an electrical coupling structure 18b, a second circuit board 19b, a housing 20b, a bottom cover 21b, and an upper cover 22b. The lens carrier 11b, the movable frame 12b, the electromagnetic drive module 13b, the optical anti-vibration module 14b, the control unit 15b, the Hall element 16 having at least six contacts, and the first circuit board are shown in FIG. The structure and function of the 17b, the second circuit board 19b, the outer casing 20b, the bottom cover 21b, and the upper cover 22b are substantially the same as those of the second embodiment shown in Fig. 17, so that the detailed configuration thereof will not be described again. The third embodiment of the electromagnetic driving lens device 1b of the present invention shown in Fig. 18 differs from the second embodiment shown in Fig. 17 described above as follows.

In the electric coupling structure 18b of the third embodiment of the electromagnetic driving lens device 1b of the present invention shown in Fig. 18, the second reed 182b includes four independently separated second elastic members 1821b, 1821b'. However, among the two second elastic members 1821b, although the welded end 1828b is provided on the second inner frame portion 1823b, there is no design of the bendable extension portion. In contrast, the second outer frame portion 1822b of the two second elastic members 1821b having the soldering ends 1828b and the second circuit board 19b are electrically connected by two loop wires 184. Both ends of the electric wires of the driving coil 131 of the electromagnetic driving module 13b are soldered to the respective soldering ends 1828b. As for the other two second elastic members 1821b' of the second reed 182b, there is no loop wire and no welding. end. The electric coupling structure of this third embodiment shown in Fig. 18 corresponds to the embodiment shown in Fig. 12B, Fig. 14A and Fig. 14B.

Fig. 19 is a perspective exploded perspective view showing the fourth embodiment of the electromagnetic driving lens device 1c having the 3-axis closed-loop feedback control module of the present invention. In the fourth embodiment of the present invention, the electromagnetic driving lens device 1c includes: a lens carrier 11c, a movable frame 12c, an electromagnetic driving module 13c, an optical anti-vibration module 14c, a control unit 15c, At least one Hall element 16 having at least six contacts, a first circuit board 17c, an electrical coupling structure 18c, a second circuit board 19c, a housing 20c, a bottom cover 21c, and an upper cover 22c. The lens carrier 11c, the movable frame 12c, the electromagnetic drive module 13c, the optical anti-vibration module 14c, the control unit 15c, the Hall element 16 having at least six contacts, and the first circuit board are shown in FIG. The structure and function of the 17c, the second circuit board 19c, the outer casing 20c, the bottom cover 21c, and the upper cover 22c are substantially the same as those of the second embodiment shown in Fig. 17, so that the detailed configuration thereof will not be described again. The fourth embodiment of the electromagnetic drive lens device 1c of the present invention shown in Fig. 19 is different from the second embodiment shown in Fig. 17 described above as follows.

In the fourth embodiment of the electromagnetic driving lens device 1c of the present invention shown in FIG. 19, the driving coil 131 of the electromagnetic driving module 13c is not turned on through the second reed 182c. In contrast, in the fourth embodiment shown in FIG. 19, the first reed 181c includes six independent first elastic members 1811c, 1811c'. Four of the six independent first elastic members 1811c, 1811c' have a first contact end 1813c of the first elastic member 1811c connected to the suspension line 183 and electrically coupled to the first circuit board 17c. The control unit 15c is connected to the electromagnetic drive module 13c. The other two first elastic members 1811c' are not connected to the suspension wire but are soldered to the electromagnetic drive module 13c via a soldering end 1817 of the first inner frame portion 1812c'. The two ends of the wires of the driving coil 131 are electrically coupled to the electromagnetic driving module 13. The electric coupling structure of this fourth embodiment shown in Fig. 19 corresponds to the embodiment shown in Fig. 12C, Fig. 15A and Fig. 15B.

In summary, the electromagnetic drive lens device with a 3-axis closed-loop feedback control module of the present invention mainly uses a Hall element having 6 contacts to be disposed in a movable frame (lens module). The movable part frame is suspended on a substrate (first circuit board) through a suspension mechanism. The movable part frame is provided with a lens carrier that can be displaced along the Z-axis direction and a lens therein, and the lens carrier is elastically suspended by an upper reed and a lower reed fixed to the lens carrier One of the frame of the activity part is accommodated in the space. At least one driving magnet is disposed around the frame of the movable part, and a driving coil is disposed at an outer periphery of the lens bearing seat The drive magnet corresponds. By driving the driving coil, the lens carrier is displaced along with the lens therein to perform the Z-axis (photographing optical axis) direction for focusing or zooming. In an embodiment of the electrical coupling structure originally created by the present invention, the driving coil and the two contacts (C1, C2) of the Hall element are respectively performed through the two conductive ends of the lower reed which are respectively bent upward. Electrical connection; at the same time, the four contacts of the upper reed are electrically connected to the other four contacts (A1, A2, B1, B2) of the Hall element, and are formed by four suspension lines. The suspension mechanism (located at four corners of the upper reed) electrically connects the other four contacts of the Hall element to the substrate (first circuit board). With the original electric coupling structure, the electromagnetic driving lens device of the present invention can detect the level of the movable portion frame relative to the substrate (first circuit board) in both directions of the XY axis by using the 6-contact Hall element. Position and calculated by a control unit on the substrate (first circuit board), and the two driving points (C1, C2) of the Hall element are electrically connected to the driving coil for correcting the lens in the Z-axis direction. The amount of deviation from focus or zoom. Thereby, the function of the 3-axis closed-loop feedback control of the auto focus module and the optical anti-vibration module can be achieved.

The above description is only a preferred embodiment of the present invention, and is not intended to limit the scope of the present invention, and the equivalents of the present invention are intended to be included within the scope of the present invention.

1‧‧‧Electromagnetic drive lens unit

11‧‧‧Lens carrier

111‧‧‧ threaded teeth

112‧‧‧Z-axis position sensing magnet

12‧‧‧ Activity Department Framework

13‧‧‧Electromagnetic drive module

131‧‧‧ drive coil

132, 133‧‧‧ magnet

14‧‧‧Optical anti-vibration module

141, 142‧‧‧ shockproof coil

143‧‧‧ Position sensing components

15‧‧‧Control unit

16‧‧‧ Hall element

17‧‧‧First board

171‧‧‧ Busbar connector

18‧‧‧Electrical coupling structure

181‧‧‧First reed

1811‧‧‧First elastic element

182‧‧‧Second reed

183‧‧‧hanging line

19‧‧‧Second circuit board

191‧‧‧Folding board

20‧‧‧ Shell

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  1. An electromagnetic driving lens device with a 3-axis closed-loop feedback control module includes: a lens carrier for carrying a lens; and a movable frame for accommodating the lens carrier and enabling the lens carrier a Z-axis direction is moved relative to the movable frame; an electromagnetic drive module is disposed between the movable frame and the lens carrier for driving the lens carrier in the movable frame to perform the Z-axis direction Displacement motion; an optical anti-vibration module for driving the movable frame together with the lens carrier accommodated therein for two-dimensional displacement movement along an X-axis and a Y-axis direction; wherein the X The axis, the Y axis and the Z axis are perpendicular to each other; a control unit coupled to the optical anti-vibration module can detect and control the operation of the optical anti-vibration module, and can be based on the optical anti-vibration module Actuating to generate a corresponding control signal; and a Hall element having at least six contacts; wherein two of the contacts are coupled to the electromagnetic driving module for providing a current to the Electromagnetic drive The module controls and controls the operation of the electromagnetic driving module; the other four contacts are coupled to the control unit for receiving the control signal from the control unit and controlling the same for the electromagnetic driving module The current is used to control the efficiency of the electromagnetic drive module by the 3-axis closed-loop feedback.
  2. The electromagnetic drive lens device with a 3-axis closed-loop feedback control module as described in claim 1 further includes: a first circuit board, the control unit is disposed on the first circuit board and coupled to the An optical anti-vibration module; and an electric coupling structure, wherein the Hall element is coupled to the electromagnetic driving module and the control unit by the electric coupling structure; wherein the electric coupling structure comprises a first reed, located at the The lens carrier is on one side of the Z-axis direction, the first spring includes at least four independent first elastic members, and each of the first elastic members has a first inner frame portion for elastically limiting the a vertex position of the lens carrier in the Z-axis direction, And a first contact end connected to a suspension line, each of the suspension wires extending to the first circuit board and coupled to the control unit; the Hall element being coupled to the first one of the first reeds The elastic component and the electromagnetic driving module can receive a control signal from the control unit through each of the suspension wires and control a current for providing the electromagnetic driving module.
  3. An electromagnetic driving lens device with a 3-axis closed-circuit feedback control module according to the second aspect of the invention, wherein the first reed is in a hollow sheet-like structure; and each of the first reeds is Each of the elastic members includes a first outer frame portion coupled to the movable portion frame, the first inner frame portion coupled to the lens mount, extending and connected to the first outer frame portion and the At least one first internal chord between the first inner frame portions and the first contact end portion on the first outer frame portion, and one end of each of the suspension wires is respectively coupled to the corresponding one On the first contact end.
  4. The electromagnetic drive lens device with a 3-axis closed-loop feedback control module according to claim 3, further comprising a second circuit board; the Hall element is disposed on the second circuit board; a Z-axis position sensing magnet is disposed on the lens carrier at a position relative to the Hall element; and the end of each of the suspension wires coupled to the first contact end is electrically coupled to the second circuit board And electrically coupled to the one of the Hall elements via the second circuit board.
  5. The electromagnetic drive lens device with a 3-axis closed-loop feedback control module according to the fourth aspect of the invention, wherein the electric coupling structure further comprises a second reed, the lens mount is located in the Z-axis direction and With respect to the other side of the first reed; the second reed includes at least two independent second elastic members, each of the second elastic members respectively including: a second coupled to the movable frame The outer frame portion and the second inner frame portion coupled to the lens carrier are configured to elastically limit a bottom position of the lens carrier in the Z-axis direction, extend and connect to the second outer frame portion and At least one second internal chord between the second inner frame portion and a second contact end on the second outer frame portion; wherein the electromagnetic drive module includes at least one drive coil disposed thereon The second inner frame portion of each of the second elastic members is electrically connected to the electromagnetic driving module, and the at least one driving magnet is disposed on the movable portion frame with respect to the driving coil. The drive coil, and the second The second contact end of the elastic component is electrically connected to the second circuit board and is electrically coupled to one of the contacts of the Hall element.
  6. The electromagnetic drive lens device with a 3-axis closed-loop feedback control module according to claim 5, wherein the second contact end of each of the second elastic members is electrically connected to one of the following structures The second circuit board: an elongated extension extending from the second contact end is bent toward the second circuit board, and thus one end of the extension is connected to the second circuit board, or A loop wire is disposed at the second contact end and one end of the loop wire is connected to the second circuit board.
  7. The electromagnetic drive lens device with a 3-axis closed-loop feedback control module according to claim 4, wherein the first reed includes at least 6 independent first elastic members; the at least 6 independent The first contact end of the first elastic element is the first connection end of the first elastic element, and the control unit is electrically coupled to the first circuit board, and there are two other The first elastic element is not connected to the suspension wire but is electrically coupled to the electromagnetic drive module via the first inner frame portion; wherein the electromagnetic drive module includes at least one drive coil disposed on the lens carrier And the at least one driving magnet is disposed on the movable frame at a position relative to the driving coil; wherein the first inner frame of the other two first elastic components is electrically connected to the electromagnetic driving module The first outer frame portion of the other two first elastic members is electrically connected to the second circuit board and electrically coupled to one of the contact elements For providing a current to the electromagnetic Moving and controlling the actuation module electromagnetic driving module.
  8. The electromagnetic anti-vibration module of claim 3, wherein the optical anti-vibration module comprises: at least one first anti-vibration coil disposed on the first circuit board and Coupling to the control unit; at least one second anti-vibration coil is disposed on the first circuit board and perpendicular to the at least one first anti-vibration coil, and the at least one second anti-vibration coil is coupled The control unit; the at least one first anti-vibration magnet is disposed on the movable frame and corresponds to the at least one first anti-vibration coil; the at least one second anti-vibration magnet is disposed on the movable frame and corresponds to the At least one second anti-vibration coil; and at least two position sensing elements are disposed on the first circuit board and coupled to the control unit, respectively for detecting the movable part frame relative to the first circuit board on the X axis The position in the direction of the Y axis.
  9. The electromagnetic drive lens device with a 3-axis closed-loop feedback control module according to the eighth aspect of the invention, wherein the at least one first anti-vibration magnet and the at least one second anti-vibration magnet of the optical anti-vibration module are The magnets included in the electromagnetic drive module are shared.
  10. An electromagnetic driving lens device with a 3-axis closed-loop feedback control module includes: a lens carrier for carrying a lens; and a movable frame for accommodating the lens carrier and enabling the lens carrier a Z-axis direction is moved relative to the movable frame; an electromagnetic drive module is disposed between the movable frame and the lens carrier for driving the lens carrier in the movable frame to perform the Z-axis direction Displacement movement; a first circuit board; an optical anti-vibration module disposed between the circuit board and the movable frame to drive the movable frame together with the lens carrier received therein a two-dimensional displacement motion in an X-axis and a Y-axis direction; wherein the X-axis, the Y-axis, and the Z-axis are perpendicular to each other; a control unit is disposed on the first circuit board and coupled to the optical shockproof a module for detecting and controlling the operation of the optical anti-vibration module; and a first reed located on one side of the lens holder in the Z-axis direction, the first reed comprising at least four independent First elastic element, each of the first An elastic member has a first inner frame portion for elastically limiting a vertex position of the lens carrier in the Z-axis direction, and a first contact end for connecting a suspension line, each of the suspension wires extending to the first circuit board and coupled to the control unit; and a Hall element coupled to the four first elastic elements of the first reed and the electromagnetic drive The module can receive a control signal from the control unit through each of the suspension lines and control a current supplied to the electromagnetic drive module.
  11. The electromagnetic drive lens device with a 3-axis closed-circuit feedback control module according to claim 10, wherein the Hall element has six contacts; two of the contacts are coupled to the electromagnetic drive mode a set for supplying current to the electromagnetic drive module and controlling actuation of the electromagnetic drive module; and the other four contacts are further coupled by the four first elastic elements coupled to the first reed And coupled to the control unit for receiving the control signal from the control unit and controlling the current supplied to the electromagnetic drive module.
  12. The electromagnetic drive lens device with a 3-axis closed-circuit feedback control module according to claim 11, wherein the first reed is in a hollow sheet-like structure; and each of the first reeds is Each of the elastic members includes a first outer frame portion coupled to the movable portion frame, the first inner frame portion coupled to the lens mount, extending and connected to the first outer frame portion and the At least one first internal chord between the first inner frame portions and the first contact end portion on the first outer frame portion, and one end of each of the suspension wires is respectively coupled to the corresponding one On the first contact end.
  13. The electromagnetic drive lens device with a 3-axis closed-loop feedback control module according to claim 12, further comprising a second circuit board; the Hall element is disposed on the second circuit board; a Z-axis position sensing magnet is disposed on the lens carrier at a position relative to the Hall element; and the end of each of the suspension wires coupled to the first contact end is electrically coupled to the second circuit board And electrically coupled to the one of the Hall elements via the second circuit board.
  14. The electromagnetic drive lens device with a 3-axis closed-loop feedback control module according to claim 13 , wherein the electric coupling structure further comprises a second reed, the lens mount is located in the Z-axis direction and Relative to the other side of the first reed; the second reed includes at least 2 independent second elastic elements, each The second elastic members respectively include: a second outer frame portion coupled to the movable portion frame, and the second inner frame portion coupled to the lens mount for elastically restraining the lens mount on the Z a bottom point position in the axial direction, at least one second internal chord extending between the second outer frame portion and the second inner frame portion, and a second portion on the second outer frame portion a contact end; wherein the electromagnetic drive module includes at least one drive coil disposed on the lens mount, and at least one drive magnet disposed on the movable frame relative to the drive coil; wherein each of the The second inner frame of the second elastic component is electrically connected to the driving coil of the electromagnetic driving module, and the second contact end of the second elastic component is electrically connected to the second circuit board. And electrically coupled to one of the contacts of the Hall element.
  15. The electromagnetic drive lens device with a 3-axis closed-loop feedback control module according to claim 14, wherein the second contact end of each of the second elastic members is electrically connected to one of the following structures The second circuit board: an elongated extension extending from the second contact end is bent toward the second circuit board, and thus one end of the extension is connected to the second circuit board, or A loop wire is disposed at the second contact end and one end of the loop wire is connected to the second circuit board.
  16. The electromagnetic drive lens device with a 3-axis closed-loop feedback control module according to claim 13 , wherein the first reed includes at least 6 independent first elastic members; the at least 6 independent The first contact end of the first elastic element is the first connection end of the first elastic element, and the control unit is electrically coupled to the first circuit board, and there are two other The first elastic element is not connected to the suspension wire but is electrically coupled to the electromagnetic drive module via the first inner frame portion; wherein the electromagnetic drive module includes at least one drive coil disposed on the lens carrier And the at least one driving magnet is disposed on the movable frame at a position relative to the driving coil; wherein the first inner frame of the other two first elastic components is electrically connected to the electromagnetic driving module The driving coil, and the first outer frame portion of the other two first elastic members are electrically connected to the second circuit board and further electrically One of the contacts coupled to the Hall element is configured to provide a current to the electromagnetic drive module and control the actuation of the electromagnetic drive module.
  17. The electromagnetic anti-vibration lens device of claim 3, wherein the optical anti-vibration module comprises: at least one first anti-vibration coil disposed on the first circuit board Coupling to the control unit; at least one second anti-vibration coil is disposed on the first circuit board and perpendicular to the at least one first anti-vibration coil, and the at least one second anti-vibration coil is coupled to the control unit; a first anti-vibration magnet is disposed on the movable frame and corresponding to the at least one first anti-vibration coil; at least one second anti-vibration magnet is disposed on the movable frame and corresponds to the at least one second anti-vibration coil respectively And at least two position sensing elements are disposed on the first circuit board and coupled to the control unit, respectively for detecting the movable part frame relative to the first circuit board in the X axis and the Y axis direction s position.
  18. The electromagnetic drive lens device with a 3-axis closed-loop feedback control module according to claim 17, wherein the at least one first anti-vibration magnet and the at least one second anti-vibration magnet of the optical anti-vibration module are The magnets included in the electromagnetic drive module are shared.
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